Review – Sweet Sensation – Satisfyer

By on January 8, 2020

2019 has been a monumental year for Satisfyer, part of German company EIS GmbH. In April, subscribers to Elle magazine in America who’d opted-in, received a free Satisfyer Traveler with their magazine, while May revealed the company had acquired worldwide rights to Penthouse – and its new Penthouse Stores. To sponsor Pride Month in June, a Satisfyer skin adorned the window of the Museum of Sex in NYC.

Satisfyer have launched a line of Layon vibrators (auf liege – in German, ‘to lay on’), as these products ‘lay on’ the body rather than being inserted. Available in a variety of silhouettes such as the Purple Pleasure and the White Temptation, we were sent the Sweet Sensation, delightfully designed to look like vanilla ice-cream atop an equally white cone – possibly a nod to Satisfyer parent company EIS meaning ice-cream, in German.

The Sweet Sensation has intuitive controls, a simple + and – on the cone to get you scrolling through the 15 vibration settings, 5 speeds and 10 rhythms. Neither the quietest nor the loudest but somewhere reassuringly in-between, this rechargeable toy is playfully waterproof. However, we would have liked to have been able to use the tip of the cone for pinpoint stimulation, and it would have been fun to see its packaging sporting a similar ice-cream theme.

Made of firmer silicone than its soft-serve appearance belies, the vibrator head is rippled like soft-scoop ice cream for extra stimulation – you can use it vertically or horizontally depending on your personal preferences. All this and it’s small enough to sit in the palm of the hand: whipped cream, anyone?

While the wheels of Satisfyer keep churning and their enviable success is nothing short of mouth-watering, we would recommend their Sweet Sensation for foreplay – as a taster or amuse-bouche rather than the main course. EIS EIS Baby!


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